The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1947 · Page 9
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FHJDAY, SEPTKMHKU li), 1947 BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Hot Check Artist Notiono/ Guard Plans Recruit-a-Minute Drive HeldinJonesboro To Get Me " *° Safeguard u ' s ' Against Attack I5y NFA Service WASHINGTON (NEA)—A brand new National Guard, almost us big as the Regular Army, must be built ui> so safeguard the United States against any passible future fittac!;, military experts believe. CA,I» in (iTDi That, is why Prrstdiml Truman has ,.„,.,., ,, , '?„. ( " p) .~ ' proclaimed September 16 us Na- oari I homas Mill-low .48. is m Craiv u , G A Dav d , „.,..., head Couuly jail at Jone.s'joro. Art., • ,". Ra ROR awaiting trial after leaving a $ICO.- ' ' $100,000 Trail Left In East Arkansas By Arizona Man irrn IT OCO trail of bad checks through Eastern Arkansas ami four other slates. The Federal Bureau of Investigation said Marlow was formerly from Glendalc. Ariz., and Commerce, Tex. He was indicted by a federal grand jury here on three counts after al- , legcdly offering fraudulent cheeks totaling $14.500 in Marion and Par- agou:d. Ark. Apprehended last Aug. 23 in Columbus, o. by city police when 1]2 attempted to pa-ss a $!5,C03 chccl:, Mailow was returned to Arkansas and now is awaiting plea day. Sept. 30. Dean Morley. special agent m charge of the Littl'; Rock FBI of- lice, ,*;aid MarLow specialized in 'selling liimsclf" a:; a \vcllhy man and backing his claims by displaying large checks on distant banks. Specific counts in the federal indictment allege thai. M.ulov: offered a fraudulent check in Paragould in September. 1040, for S4.500 drawn on a Hereford, Tex , bank. He a!s<> is accused of attempting to pa-ss fraudulent checks for s 1.000 a;ul SG.CCQ in Marion drawn on a Phoii- nix. Ari/.. bank. Morley said that incomplete ^ tabulations indicate that Marlov. probably received as much as S10,- CCO in cash on bad checks, .some o which he deposited in banks ani some of which \vas used as a payment for a "house and lot." Nutty Takes Midnight Plunge and Swims Into Hereafter tor Squirrels Nutty has made his last playfn leap and performed the last lim for admiring visitors. The 1IU1 squnrel of the volatv; species, know as the Mi in'£ squirrel, who was Ih pet of 11-year-old 'Hobby McPai land, is dead. He had had many narrow c.< capes and it's hard for Bobby t believe that this time he won't- .sue dcnly be all right again and" i playful as ever. Nutty died at home. Deciding it was loo cold to !eave him on the porch Tuesday nigh'-, Bobby brought, him inside aud put. him in a caye. But the little squirrel had different ideas and later in the night wh'ea he was evidently trying to find his owner's bed. where he often slept, he fell into a bucket of water that had Ixen left on the floor. Bobby discovered his drowned pet the next morning. Bobby is the. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McParland, 517 North 10th St. Head .-Courier News --Want, Ads. nts during^ the nc:O two months. When the National Guard was called into federal service beginning September l(i. 1940. ii supplied more than 30C.OCO partially trained officers and enlisted men in 13 divisions—'half of which fought m Kuropc and the other half, against ipan. But when World War I[ endeil ational Guard enlistments all hati xpireil. There was no Guard left. Studies made while the war stiM used sho-.ved that the United Slates otild need l/i50,CM {.oldicr.s, organ- cd, trained, armed, and ready to art .shooting on any M-Day this ountry may be attacked, however liort the warning, Uccause we are not a military na- ion, and dislike huge standing rmies ami their ccst, it was dc- Klcd to have 875.GCO men iti tho legular Army, C32.C30 in the Nu- lonal Guard, and tile rest in the irsanizcd Rrserve. This National Guard — almost hrpe time.s as larite a:, before the var— nms>, be FU organized, cqui])- ed and trained tliat, together with he Regulars, it would provide a lalanccd. adequate defense organi- sation ready for any emergency. the states have been given quotas, based on ihc-ir populations between the asi's of 17 and 35. rang- from Nevada's 913 tip lo New York's C2.777. Some ot'tlie siatv!-; went right to work. Connecticut's lC2nd Infantry, | first created in 1917, \vas re-created. ! the first postwnr National Guard rnginien given fecioial recognition. Connecticut's 119th Infantry was the second federally recognised regiment. Oklahoma was th? first state to have all its ground units presented fcr iederal recognition. Missouri was the first state to have a full air group recognized. Pennsylvania, Michigan, California, New Jersey pushed close behind. But these struts left much to be accomplished. In July of this year thr IOJ.C33 mark WEUS passed. The objective for 1E47 is 250.001). President Triimun'^; full goal of i recruit a minute for two month still leave the Guard behind the 250.CQO mark. So for the two-month period there is to be a recruiting contest in each state, the District of Columbia. Hawaii and Puerto Rico. The winning enlisted man recruiter will get a plane trip lo Washington and to the Army-Navy football game al Philadelphia. There will 1>? honor; lor runncrs-up and for units whicl do particularly well. The new- Guard will have infantry divisions and two armored divisions, compared,with 18 ground The New National Guard: Col. I3cn Sain, veteran nf both Wcrld Wars, explains armored wca|x>ns to Harold [). GKIorcl, i',\ citnini; recent, encampment of the Arkansas National Guard. For iillur romius lob young for World War 11, there will be training in amUon. inlanlry units in the pre-war establishment, special flight pay. The 23 observation squadrons of | In both World Wiir.s lou'iht by the pre-war Guard will be replaced this count::,, a:; in previous more bv 12 light bombardment squadrons ( limited conllicis, the Nalional flying A-26 Invaders and 72 fighl- I Guard. Uimuih only partially Iraln- i-r squadrons flying P-51 Mustangs, ed. has covered H.sill wild glory. Claims Board to Hear : Two Pleas for $15,000 ' LITTLE HOCK, Avk,. Sept. 19.— (UP)—Tl-.e Stale fiourd of Fiscal Control will meet here Tuesday to consider 22 claims npalnst the stale totaling some $95.500. Five of Iho claims, Amounting to $40,899. were ize National Army. But it also has performed peacetime fcrvices tor which no oilier acUqimte agency existed. Six town companies were called out In Ihe DCS Mollies Valley flood. Vermont's 172nd Infantry helped evacuate and patrol the lowlands In the vccent flush flood At Hutlnnd. Michigan's llflih Field Artillery and units of the 1251U Infantry holpoil similarly In the Lnuslng and Filnl fioods. Calltornla's 196th lighlrr squadron uml Ixjuislanu's Quard Illcrs flew pmerseiiey supplies to Texas City during the disaster there, Oklahoma's 45th Signal Company and 01 her units did police duty lit toiniulo-wreckcd Woodward. At limes in the past the Natlonnl Guard has fell that It was a forgotten child In the defense structure, For a moment, at least. It Is slt- liiiR prelty. President Truman was a Missouri Nntlonal Giiiirciy.num diirini; World War I, and his sympathy wilh and pride in "the mllltlu" Li rellccti'd in the Intensive effort now under way to build it. up and give It everything the Hcgiilar Army has except year-nround training and service. continued from tin' last meeting. One o! Die IIU-KIMV new claims lor $15.000 filed by William SjH'll;' cor Stewiul, nn employe of the University of Arkansas. Ho wns nl- Iciu'itiy thrown from a inovinn truck driven by a fellow employe. A second S15.COO clAlm will bo presented by Shirley Wcstphnl for injiirk's allegedly sullcrcd when siu wns struck by a iruck driven by nn employe of the lioonevillc Tuberculosis Sanatorium In April of 1045. ABSTRACTS Of TfTL€ • i REAL'ESTATE , LOANS • - TERRY ABSTRACT* REALTY CO' ; ZIJW.WAIMUTJT. PHON£238I I BLYTHEVILLE A«K. Are You Planning to Movpl Wo offer you this piece of equipment designed for .siU'o irmisixnlntioii in all tyiws of wcatlier. "Ample.. Kurnilure pads and oilier equipment to insure"»ate 24-Hour Service OR Notice P-47 Thunderbolts and P-KO Shootlny Stiir^, There iilsD will he n radar and comimmicjitiom et-up of 12 aircraft coinrol ainl arning grouirs. fThe NfttiotTal G\iard voUmlcci' omniits himself to two hours drill week, for which he receives Re:;- lur Army pay, ranging from $2.50 or a private up to $5.50 for a \lu.stcr or First Sergeant. 3le also vill be called to ti 15-day camp Lvich ummcr. for winch lie receives 15 lays' regular pay. For each three-year enlistment, he.se pay scales will be boost.ed ive per cent, and each enlistment counts toward longevity pay if the Guard is called out for another war or major disaster.,- Pliers get crn a too-.stnall Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Gavtngfl Low Net Cost f'rjlectlon. . For Bervt-:o W. L. T.AMKE 408 E. Davis St., I*. O. Bnx 451 Phone 2487 Hl.vlhevlllc, Ark. Attend the Annual American Legion Oct. 1-2-3-4-5 FAIR American Legion Park CARUTHERSVILLE, MO. Running Horse Races Daily *" :(nl r.ih Vrce (iriiiulslunil Acts Miich Artenumii and Kveninji I'Valurinjj Spetinlly I'lamit'd 1,'roKrnnis! ON THE MILE LONG MIDWAY Wonder Shows of America Admission, Tax Included, 15c & 30c FOR AN OLD DINNER FAVORITE Mayross Franks •V^cs it's true! Those flavorful Icndir MAYROSE FRANKS J- you've always liked so well arc now ccllo/ikane scaled io hirjdy, oac-pound packages. 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Main Phone 856-57 ' ;' '»' DIRT FOR SALE Pride 5, Phone 517 A succ guide to more prof Stable farming has been developed by the Department of Agriculture and the State Extension Services to aid Cotton Producers in coping with the difficult production and marketing problems which lie ahead. Designed to fit in with the farmer's cotton "know how," gained through years in the business, this Seven-Step Program leads to better balanced farming, better grades and staples of cotton, and increased farm income. From care of soil to care of sales, it points the way to increased cotton profits, from the ground up. Your County Agent has full particulars as to how you can utilize the Seven-Step Program most advantageously and most economically on your own farm. Talk it over with him. Join with your neighbors in taking the seven steps toward better cotton farming. 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